Kendrick Coleman

Kendrick Coleman is a reformed sysadmin and virtualization junkie. His attention has shifted from hypervisors to cloud-native platforms focused on containers. In his role as an Open Source Technical Product Manager, he figures out new and interesting ways to run open source cloud native infrastructure tools with VMware products. He's involved with the Kubernetes SIG community and frequently blogs about all the things he's learning. He has been a speaker at DockerCon, OpenSource Summit, ContainerCon, CloudNativeCon, and many more. His free time is spent sharing bourbon industry knowledge hosting the Bourbon Pursuit Podcast.

  • Log Shipping Using Fluent Bit and vSphere with Tanzu

    Log Shipping Using Fluent Bit and vSphere with Tanzu

    In this post, we walk through the setup and configuration of Fluent Bit using TKG Extensions on a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster.

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  • How to Set Up a Harbor Registry with Self-Signed Certificates for Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters

    How to Set Up a Harbor Registry with Self-Signed Certificates for Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters

    VMware vSphere with Tanzu U2 is packed with new features, among them the ability to provision new Tanzu Kubernetes clusters with any container registry certificate.

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  • Load Balancers, Private Registries, and More: What’s New in vSphere with Tanzu Update 2

    Load Balancers, Private Registries, and More: What’s New in vSphere with Tanzu Update 2

    New features in vSphere with Tanzu U2 make Kubernetes operations even more seamless for VI admins and developers alike.

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  • I’m a VMware Admin: What Do I Do with Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters?

    I’m a VMware Admin: What Do I Do with Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters?

    How to deploy Kubeapps on Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters using vSphere with Tanzu.

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  • New Proxy Support, Registry Service Trust, and Separate Disks on vSphere with Tanzu

    New Proxy Support, Registry Service Trust, and Separate Disks on vSphere with Tanzu

    A rundown of new functionality in vSphere with Tanzu as it relates to the Tanzu Kubernetes clusters.

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  • vSphere with Tanzu Makes It Easier to Create Kubernetes Clusters Using vSphere 7.0 U1

    vSphere with Tanzu Makes It Easier to Create Kubernetes Clusters Using vSphere 7.0 U1

    The release of vSphere 7.0 U1 brings with it a lot of new enhancements to the platform’s core. In this post, we look at what's new with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service in vSphere 7.0 U1.

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  • Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere

    Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere

    Learn how to upgrade the Kubernetes version of a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster when there is a new release—in just a few easy steps using the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere.

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  • Simply Scaling a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster with the TKG Service for vSphere

    Simply Scaling a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster with the TKG Service for vSphere

    Learn how to take a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster and scale it on demand.

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  • Dissecting a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster Spec with the TKG Service for vSphere

    Dissecting a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster Spec with the TKG Service for vSphere

    In this post, we will focus on deploying a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service cluster using a simple, customized specification.

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  • An Elevated View of the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Architecture

    An Elevated View of the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Architecture

    Before getting started using the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Service for vSphere, it helps to have an understanding of the Kubernetes architecture and the underlying technology that makes it possible.

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  • Getting Started with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid CLI

    Getting Started with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid CLI

    VMware's Tanzu Kubernetes Grid CLI enables anyone to easily deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters.

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  • Stable for the Holidays: Kubernetes 1.17 Focuses on Refining Existing Features

    Stable for the Holidays: Kubernetes 1.17 Focuses on Refining Existing Features

    For Kubernetes 1.17, the SIGs representing storage, networking, and api-machinery account for over half of the enhancements that were tracked.

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  • Cloud Native Harmony: Kubernetes 1.16 Combines Stabilization with Innovation

    Cloud Native Harmony: Kubernetes 1.16 Combines Stabilization with Innovation

    Kubernetes 1.16 is out with new and stabilized features. There are several Kubernetes Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that have stepped up to deliver some critical functionality.

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  • Performance, Bootstrapping, and CRDs in Kubernetes 1.15

    Performance, Bootstrapping, and CRDs in Kubernetes 1.15

    Kubernetes 1.15 saw new performance improvements, a gradual increase in the stability of management and bootstrap components, and heightened use of custom resources.

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  • A Very Stable Kubernetes 1.13

    A Very Stable Kubernetes 1.13

    Stability and Kubernetes don’t sound like two words that should be used alongside each other.

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